Kathleen Wynne pushed back while testifying at the gas plant probe at Queen's Park, knocking down opposition claims that she holds some of the blame for the Mississauga and Oakville cancellations' $1.1 billion pricetag.
The NDP says Wynne got the ball rolling in the Oakville case after signing a document that allowed negotiations with developer TransCanada Enterprises to move forward.
Wynne underlines the province chose to negotiate with the developer instead of going through litigation because the Liberal government thought it would be cheaper.
Meantime, the Tories allege Wynne lied about what the costs of the Oakville cancellation would be, given a number of bureaucrats revealed higher costs. However, Wynne says she never lied and testified to the numbers which were given to her.
This was Wynne's second time testifying at the gas plant hearings. Opposition parties wanted to call her back after the Auditor General released her report on the Oakville cancellation.